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NewTek Promotes Andrew Cross to Chief Technology Officer

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NewTek, worldwide leader of video and 3D animation products, today announced that the NewTek Board of Directors has promoted Andrew Cross to Chief Technology Officer. In his new role, Cross will oversee the technology direction of the company’s hardware and software products, and report to NewTek CEO and President, Jim Plant.

“Andrew has managed the development and release of a long string of successful products during his 13-year tenure with NewTek,” said NewTek Founder, Tim Jenison. “As chief architect of the TriCaster line, Andrew and his team helped the company build its portable live production market leadership.”

As executive vice president of engineering, Cross has led product development from research, to release. He joined NewTek as senior software engineer in 1998, and has held positions as lead engineer, director of video engineering, vice president and senior vice president of video software engineering.

Prior to NewTek, Cross more

BHV Broadcast To Launch A Couple Of “Live” Ones At NAB 2011

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WIRELESS ON-AIR INDICATOR FOR VISION SWITCHERS AND PHANTOM POWER MODULES
OFFER AFFORDABLE SOLUTIONS FOR LIVE PRODUCTIONS

Owslebury, UK (February 25, 2011) – BHV Broadcast is introducing two new products designed to simplify operations, cut costs, and promote reliability for live productions. The manufacturer is debuting TallyHo! – a wireless on-air indicator for vision switchers, and Video Ghost – phantom power modules for use with digital video feeds. Both will be demonstrated at NAB 2011 in North Hall booth 6531.

NEW TallyHo!
BHV Broadcast’s TallyHo!, a wireless tally indicator system, offers camera operators reliable remote on-air indication in the field. This unique design is comprised of a base station with direct interface to the local vision mixer and a set of camera hot-shoe mounted receiver modules. TallyHo! gives the camera operator and, crucially, the camera subject, a highly more

Shotoku Broadcast Systems To Enhance Manual Range With New Pedestal and Pan & Tilt Head

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PRODUCTS WILL DEBUT AT NAB 2011 IN BOOTH C 8528

Torrance, CA (February 18, 2011) – Shotoku Broadcast Systems, international manufacturer of a full line of camera support equipment, is enhancing its manual range with three new products to be launched at NAB 2011. A pneumatic pedestal, perfect counter-balance pan & tilt head, and positional calibration system will all be shown for the first time in Booth C8528.

NEW PRODUCT TP200 2-Stage Pneumatic Pedestal
Shotoku’s newly developed TP200 2-stage pneumatic pedestal has a maximum payload of 177 lbs. and supports a wide-range of camera configurations. Its innovatively designed column and base offers maximum stability and great operational flexibility. One-step foot brake and single-action cable enables precise movements and control at all times and fast and easy positioning.

NEW PRODUCT SX300 perfect counter-balance Pan & Tilt Head
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